The possibility of Daniels owning any pre-existing images/videos of Trump engaged in any lewd acts would definitely be a presidential first; however, he hasn't exactly fit the diplomatic politician mould throughout his short tenure in office.
Daniels wants to return the money that effectively suppressed her, and began to share with the media details about their alleged affair.
Cohen claimed that Trump not only "vehemently denies" the affair but that he allegedly had no knowledge of the $130,000 payment made to Stormy.
Daniels, an adult film actress whose real name is Stephanie Clifford, was paid $130,000 by Trump attorney Michael Cohen through a private LLC weeks before the 2016 election, and because Trump failed to sign the "hush agreement" regarding an alleged affair, Daniels' lawyers said in a lawsuit that the agreement to stay silent about her alleged encounter with the business magnate is invalid.
"The president and Mr. Cohen have purposely ignored our settlement offer, thus doubling down on their efforts to muzzle Ms. Clifford and prevent her from telling the American people what happened", Avenatti posted on Twitter. The group claims it is an illegal campaign contribution because of the size and objective of the payment.
But Avenatti revealed in a tweet on Tuesday, that Trump and Cohen had missed the deadline to revoke the contract.
The letter also asked that the president's lawyers agree that neither Trump nor the shell company Cohen used to pay Clifford would attempt to block the broadcast of an interview Clifford taped with CBS News' "60 Minutes" program last week. Neither Cohen, nor his lawyer, Lawrence Rosen, responded to a request for comment.
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Clifford could be subjected to a $1 million penalty if she broke the nondisclosure agreement she signed.
The offer from Avenatti came after White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told a briefing last week that Trump had won an arbitration proceeding against Clifford.